- In 1990, Lawrence Bell was 14, orphaned and living in an abandoned house when three Camden cops pressured him to sign a confession of murder.
- The US university is marked by the dominance of intellectual white liberalism in tension and complicity with conservative nationalism and neoliberalism.
- Alabama Communists helped lay the foundation for the organized civil rights movement that emerged in the late 1940s and early ’50s.
- Prison and police abolition were key to the thinking of many midcentury civil rights activists.
- If there’s ever a time when a Reconstruction might actually lead to democratization and the end of American imperialism, this is the opportunity, says Robin D.G. Kelley.